What Clients Value

In July, Christie's auction house in New York auctioned off the collection from the Roy Rogers and Dale Evans Museum, which closed in 2009. Everything was sold-Roy's first guitar, sunglasses and his sterling silver money clip and belt buckle were put up for sale to the public. The highlight of the catalog was Roy's horse, Trigger, who had been stuffed in his classic "rearing position."

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